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WatchDesk, June 29

At 2 PM, our department and first-alarm companies were alerted for a house fire in the Eland Downe development. Chief 65 arrived with light smoke showing from the front of the two-story middle of the row townhome. Crews of Rescue and Ladder 65 quickly extinguished the fire that involved shrubbery and had extended into the siding of the townhome. The crew of Kimberton Tower 61 assisted with checking ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Phoenixville Fire Station Dedication Set for August 20th

NewsDesk, June 27

PHOENIXVILLE - The Phoenixville Fire Department extends an invitation to the community to take part in the new fire station dedication on Saturday, August 20th beginning at 1 p.m.

A parade from the current station on Church St. to the new station on Paradise St. will kick off the festivities, followed by the building dedication and housing of emergency vehicles.

Please keep an eye on the Phoenixville ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Morning Dryer Fire in the Caines Creek Development

WatchDesk, June 25

At 10:48 AM, our department and first-alarm companies were alerted for smoke in a condominium in the Caines Creek development. Upon arrival of fire crews, Phoenixville Police advised the smoke was actually coming from a different unit than had been originally reported, and there was a dryer on fire but was now reported to be out. The resident had successfully deployed a fire extinguisher to extinguish ... (Full Story & Photos)

Busy Start to the Week

WatchDesk, June 20

Yesterday and today, our department was alerted for a total of nine incidents. The breakdown of incidents is:

1 Assist the Ambulance
1 BBQ Grill Fire
1 Brush Fire
2 Cardiac Arrests
1 Fire Alarm
1 Odor Investigation
2 Vehicle Crashes

One of the vehicle crashes and the odor investigation were in Upper Providence Township. The remaining incidents were in Phoenixville Borough. Below are details from ... (Full Story & Photos)

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PIO, June 12

Today, we participated in a joint training drill of the Upper Providence Township Water Rescue Task-Force. This group was formed a couple years ago to enhance the readiness and efficiency of water rescue teams in the area.

The teams practiced having crews on land locate and spot victims in the water and directing boat crews to the area to effect the rescue.

The Schuylkill River and Mont Clare Canal ... (Full Story & Photos)

Morning Gas Leak Downtown

WatchDesk, June 08

Shortly after 9 AM, our department was dispatched for an odor of gas outside on the 200 block of Bridge Street. The crew from Rescue 65 arrived to investigate and found high levels of natural gas inside a restaurant. The building was evacuated and gas service to the building was turned off. PECO was contacted to respond to the scene. Positive pressure ventilation was used to clear gas from the building. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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NewsDesk, June 04

Some of our first-alarm companies participated in live fire training at the Chester County Public Safety Training Campus. The companies worked together mixing crews to simulate extinguishing structure fires as well as locating & removing anyone who may still be trapped inside. Operating in a training center burn building is pretty much the only opportunity firefighters have to practice with real fire ... (Full Story & Photos)

Honey Brook Fire Assists with Motorcycle Crash

WatchDesk, June 04

Just prior to 10AM, our department and Trappe EMS of Phoenixville were alerted for a crash involving a motorcycle on Starr Street at Washington Avenue. Deputy 65, Engine 33-1 of Honey Brook Fire Company, MICU 85 and Rescue 65 responded on the assignment.

Firefighters assisted with patient care and control of fluids on the roadway. One injured person was transported to Paoli Hospital. Fire units ... (Full Story & Photos)

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